CT Audubon holds Thursday Morning Bird Walks

Join Milan Bull, The Connecticut Audubon Society’s senior director of Science and Conservation, on Thursdays, May 3, 10, 17 and 24, from 7-8 a.m., for guided bird walks at the Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr Street.

This walk and talk in the Center at Fairfield’s Larsen Sanctuary is an ideal opportunity to learn about the wide variety of birds along the trails and near the water features, as well as those found at the Center’s feeders. More than 180 species of birds visit the sanctuary throughout the year, including many that stop by during their long migrations.

Milan Bull is a longtime expedition leader to destinations throughout the Americas, Australia, Antarctica and Africa. Founding director and past president of the Connecticut Ornithological Association, he has published numerous articles and speaks statewide on topics relating to ornithology and the environment.

The hour-long walks are free and all levels of birders are welcome. Be sure to dress for the weather, wear comfortable walking shoes and bring binoculars. After the walk stop in the Nature Store for coffee. Walks will be canceled in the event of rain.

If you’d like to prepare ahead, a Larsen Sanctuary Bird Checklist is available on the Center at Fairfield website: www.ctaudubon.org/fairfield-home/. Please register for the walks in advance on the website, or call 203-259-6305, x.109.

Visit the Connecticut Audubon Society’s website at www.ctaudubon.org for a complete list of spring programs and special events around the state.

Milan Bull leads a bird walk in The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Larsen Sanctuary in Fairfield.

Milan Bull leads a bird walk in The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Larsen Sanctuary in Fairfield.

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